The Performers Bundle
Three unique vocal instruments including Gregorian and Orthodox choirs as well as Bulgarian folk singing.
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The Performers – Virtuosic performances at your fingertips
Continuing Strezov Sampling’s boutique The Performers series, focusing on virtuosic musical performances not possible to create with traditional multisampling methods, “Mountain Girl” brings everyone back to the roots of Bulgarian folklore and allows them to access our country’s unique female throat singing once more after Rhodope 2’s success. Recorded in the Sofia Session Studio and later mixed down to three mic positions (Close, Decca and Hall).
All performances are wrapped together in a brand new NI Kontakt based engine allowing the user to freely map all phrases and musical parts of phrases to their liking, thus creating new combinations beyond the well known layouts.
In order to ensure maximum usability and flexibility all performances were recorded with click at various tempi and on wholetone scale within one octave. You are not limited to certain tempi or keys with this collection. In addition to that, The Performers – Mountain Girl also comes with open .wav files to import all performances into the DAW or sampler of your choice.
Strezov Sampling The Performers Mountain Girl KONTAKT (Player Edition) screenshotBorn to a family of musicians, Diyana Vasileva, aka Mountain Girl, can’t help excelling in Bulgarian folklore singing, simultaneously taking up piano lessons. Bit by bit and winning one competition after another, both on the local and international stages, she ultimately builds herself up and the recognition comes in the form of her acceptance into the Grammy award- winning choir “Mystery of the Bulgarian Voices”. The other jewel in her crown is the membership in one of the most popular Bulgarian ethno bands -“Oratnitza”. The nickname “Mountain Girl” is given to her by the world-famous Australian singer Lisa Gerrard from their concert with the “Mystery of the Bulgarian Voices”. Please, if you love the phrases in this library, consider writing “feat.